|Bob Hope Show|
Bob Hope's career in broadcasting spanned sixty-four years and included a long association with NBC. Hope made his network radio debut in 1937 on NBC. His first regular series for NBC Radio was the Woodbury Soap Hour. A year later The Pepsodent Radio Show Starring Bob Hope began, and would run through 1953. Hope did many specials for the NBC television network in the following decades and these were often sponsored by Chrysler and Hope served as a spokesman for the firm for may years...
Keywords: Bob Hope
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|Bob Hope 41 06 03 Guest Humphrey Bogart|
Bob and guest Humphrey Bogart do a jailhouse sketch.
Keywords: Bob Hope; Comedy; OTR
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|Bob Hope 41 04 01 Guest Kate Smith|
Bob Hope, with Jerry Colonna and guest star Kate Smith. The cast perform their version of the movie Walking on Air.
Keywords: Bob Hope; Comedy; Variety; OTR
|Bob Hope 38 11 08 Guest Chico Marx|
Chico Marx visits the show and is ready to leave the moment he arrives. He talks Bob into buy a ticket to the Rose Bowl game.
Keywords: Bob Hope; Comdey; Variety; OTR
|Bob Hope 53 01 07 Guest Jack Benny|
Bobs' guest Jack Benny, was chosen to "supervise" the show by the head of the company. Bob and Jack perform The Road to Bali.
Keywords: Bob Hope; Comedy; Variety; OTR
|The Hope of Rathbone - Bob Hope|
Bob Hope and guest Basil Rathbone (wirh Jerry Colonna) from 1941
Keywords: Old Time Radio; Bob Hope; Jerry Colonna; Basil Rathbone; Comedy
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|Bob Hope 10 Eps|
(10 Episodes) BOB HOPE (Leslie Townes Hope - May 29, 1903 to July 27, 2003) was born in Eltham, London, England to Welsh opera singing mother, Avis Townes & British stonemason, William Henry Hope. 1908,the Hope family (Bob was the fifth of 7 sons) emigrated to America aboard the SS Philadelphia, passing thru Ellis Island gates March 30th 1908. Bob was five years old, when they left Britain, becoming a US Citizen 12 years later, at the age of 17...
Keywords: OTR Comedy; Bob Hope Show; Wartime; Sitcom; Comedian
|The New Swan Show, November 7, 1948 - Bing Crosby, Bob Hope|
The New Swan Show originally broadcast on NBC Radio November 7, 1948 starring Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, and Doris Day
Keywords: OTR; Old Time Radio; Bing Crosby; Bob Hope; Doris Day; New Swan Show
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|Philco Radio Time, January 29, 1947 - Bing Crosby, Bob Hope|
Philco Radio Time, January 29, 1947 with Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour
Keywords: OTR; Old Time Radio; Bing Crosby; Bob Hope; Dorothy Lamour; Philco Radio Hour
All Transcriptions are from the USS Bostwick DE-103 WWII, all discs are still in the original shipping container. Some of these shows are unavailable anywhere.I'll post more here as get them encoded.I hope everyone can enjoy these historic shows.
Keywords: OTR; WWII; Bob Hope; Glenn Miller; Tommy Dorsey; Bing Crosby; AFRS; Comedy; Big Band; Swing
|TheNakedGordProgramPresentsBogartonHope - Huphrey Bogart and Bob Hope|
Huphrey Bogart on Bob Hope from 41-06-03 This directory includes the complete old time radio file as well as both Bogart segments as separate MP3 files. The first is "causal" banter between Hope and Bogart and the second is a comedy routine where they attempt a "Jail Break" (hey...I think I know where Fox television got their idea for their hit show from).
Keywords: Huphrey Bogart; Bob Hope; OTR; Old Time Radio; Comedy; Humour; The Naked Gord Program; www.nakedgord.org
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The biggest names in Hollywood and Broadway recorded for AFRS during the war years, The American Forces Network can trace its origins back to May 26, 1942, when the War Department established the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS). The U.S. Army began broadcasting from London during World War II, using equipment and studio facilities borrowed from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).The first transmission to U.S...
Keywords: OTR; AFRS; Yank Bandstand; Bob Hope; Red Skelton; Jubilee; Ginger Rogers; Jills All Time Juke Box; Benny Goodman; Peggy Lee; Mail Call; Words Withe Music; WWII
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The biggest names in Hollywood and Broadway recorded for AFRS during the war years, The American Forces Network can trace its origins back to May 26, 1942, when the War Department established the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS). The U.S. Army began broadcasting from London during World War II, using equipment and studio facilities borrowed from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The first transmission to U.S...
Keywords: AFRS; OTR; Duke Ellington; Shirley Temple; Mickey Rooney; Gene Kelly; Betty Hutton; Bob Hope; Bing Crosby; Yank Bandstand; Jubilee; GI Jive; Amos and Andy; One Night Stand; Sound Off; Mail Call; Gene Krupa
The Army was the original source of the V-Disc records, with their first being issued in October of 1943.The Army’s V-Disc project provided a monthly 'care' package of music specially recorded for troops overseas. Soldiers fighting a far-flung war welcomed these musical snapshots of life back home.The V-Disc project actually began in June 1941, six months before the United States' involvement in World War II, when Captain Howard Bronson was assigned to the Army's Recreation and Welfare Secti...
Keywords: WWII; Bing Crosby; AFRS; OTR; Glenn Miller; Dick Haymes; Spike Jones; Lena Horne; Dinah Shore; Eddie Cantor; Tommy Dorsey; Frank Sinatra; Johnny Mercer; Bob Hope; Jazz; Big Band; Swing
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